I have written a number of posts recently about permanent exclusions and the movement against them. These two posts sum up the issue.
I wrote about the ideology behind some of this.
- The Progressive Narrative on Behaviour. Part 1
- The Progressive Narrative on Behaviour. Part 2
- The Progressive Narrative on Behaviour Part 3
I also wrote about what happens when schools don’t permanently exclude:
There have been a few recurring arguments that permanent exclusions, as they currently happen, are unfair. I wrote posts addressing whether they are unfair because of SEND or because of racism.
Here I will address the argument that permanent exclusions are bad for those who are excluded, and, therefore, unfair on them.
A lot of the arguments on this issue…
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